Savills | Churchway, Haddenham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP17 8AA | Property for sale
141.03 sq m
Guide price £800,000(€926,139)

ChurchwayHaddenham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP17 8AA


    Key features

    • Considerable character and charm
    • Well proportioned accommodation
    • Garage and off street parking
    • Walking distance of amenities
    • Commuters delight

    Delightful period cottage in the heart of this most desirable and convenient village.

    About this property

    • Dover Cottage is a well presented dwelling believed to date from the 18th century, with later additions, that is situated within a Conservation Area. Attached to another period property it has character, compact accommodation and is built in brick with rendered elevations under a slate roof with dentil detailing to the gables. Inside there is considerable character with exposed beams, high ceilings, wooden flooring, open fireplaces and casement windows.

      The welcoming reception hall opens on to the three reception rooms with staircase on to the first floor with four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Situated to the rear, and overlooking the garden, is the kitchen with oak cupboards, fitted oven and ceramic hob with separate range cooker which also supplies the hot water and heating to radiators.

      Outside is the much cared for cottage garden with lawn, borders, terrace and well. There is off street parking and a single garage that is linked to the house by a log store. With the appropriate planning consents it might be possible to convert this to additional living space. There is also vehicular access from the side lane to the garden.

      Photographs taken and brochure prepared November 2021

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    In the heart of the village but only just over a mile from the train station.

    Huw WarrenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Dover Cottage is located in the heart of this charming village with a large green, rows of stone, rendered and thatched cottages, a 13th century church and duck pond. This quintessentially English village has featured in various television dramas including Midsomer Murders.
    • Amenities include a range of independent shops and restaurants and busy pubs. For more extensive facilities, the pretty market town of Thame is only three miles away and provides a sports centre, shops, supermarkets, restaurants and schools. For commuters a train service is minutes away from Haddenham and Thame Parkway to London, Marylebone (from 44 minutes). Junctions 7 and 8 of the M40 provide excellent road access to London Heathrow and Birmingham Airports.
    • Local schools include Lord William's School at Thame and Aylesbury Grammar School and High School. Also in the area are Ashfold and Swanborne preparatory schools and there is good access to excellent schooling in Oxford.

    Additional information

    • Services - All mains services are connected. Gas-fired central heating.
    • Directions: Haddenham & Thames Parkway (London, Marylebone from 44 mins) 1 mile, Thame 4 miles, M40 (Milton Common) 7 miles, Oxford 15 miles
    • EPC Rating = D
    • Tenure = Freehold